Hannah Poynter is a Multi-Media Journalist at WLFI.
Hannah Poynter is a Multi-Media Journalist at WLFI. She started her studies at Vincennes University, where she earned a degree in broadcasting. While at Vincennes she was awarded broadcasting honors along with Magna Cum Laude. Hannah prides herself in her love for animals and aspires to work on stories involving them. When she isn’t glued to work Hannah spends time with her family up in Danville, Indiana, where she lived throughout her teenage years. She was homeschooled all four years of high school and attended mission trips in Chicago and Kentucky. She plans on one day pursuing her dreams of becoming an anchor.
A Non-profit organization named Best Buddies is giving a West Lafayette Citizen a brand new look on their life.
West Lafayette officials broke ground today- for construction of a new wellness and aquatic center in Cumberland Park.
Parents made it clear they do not want to see cars passing their children's stopped school buses.
600 Million people across the world have suffered from major foodborne illnesses and 420,000 deaths occur because of them, according to Purdue University Associate Professor Haley Oliver.
Kids in Tippecanoe County will have the opportunity to read for years to come thanks to a grant by the Lafayette Rotary.
Renters at White Pine Duplexes are raising concerns over dangerous conditions throughout its streets.
The African Children's Choir is a celebrating their 50th touring choir tonight in Logansport.
The Frankfort community is rallying behind a retired Police Officer who was recently diagnosed with ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis), or Lou Gehrig's Disease.
Crops are improving throughout the Midwest after a difficult, late and wet planting season. That's according to a new report from Purdue University.
Nine people were taken to a hospital after a vehicle crashed into a horse and buggy in Carroll County.